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The remains of Bridgnorth Castle are set on a cliff by the side of the River Severn. Today the castle is little more than a ruin, comprising of a 70 foot tall, 12th century Norman tower and some other small stonework built in the time…
The volcanic rocks of the Stretton Hills are some of the oldest in Britain, formed about 560 million years ago, and thrust up from below by movements along the Church Stretton Fault. From the summits you can trace the path of this fault along the…
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Explore the dramatic landscape of the Church Stretton Hills on these 4 graded cycle routes, Route 1 being the easiest. Route 1 To The Edge takes in beautiful countryside and visits well known attractions such as Acton Scott Working Farm and the Shropshire Hills Discovery…

Monday to Friday: 8am - midnight.

Saturday to Sunday: 7am - midnight.

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Telford Ice Rink have a varied programme of activities suitable for all ages and abilities. This icy destination promises entertainment for all ages and offers a fun way to keep in shape. There are a number of different activities available such as ice skating clubs,…
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Much Wenlock in Shropshire is the home of the modern Olympic Games, no honestly! Dr William Penny Brookes was a local doctor who campaigned tirelessly to revive the ancient Greek games. It is somewhat fitting that the town has its own Olympic trail that takes…

Summer: Monday – Saturday 9am – 6pm. Sunday 12noon – 8pm.

Winter: Monday – Saturday 8am – 6:30pm. Sunday 12noon – 6:30pm.

England's only remaining inland electric funicular railway! Since 1892 it has been transporting residents and visitors alike up and down the 111 ft sandstone cliff between High Town, with its interesting shops, gardens and historic castle grounds, and Low Town with the riverside quay, enjoying…
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The walk is around 2 Miles long - Allow 2 hours time to complete the walk.

A 2 mile circular walk around Rectory Wood & Field. This is a fairly tough little walk, that is even better if you like to splash about in streams. The rouute includes fields and woodland paths. It is hillywith some steep climbing and descents. It is not suitabl for…

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To viewpoint, less than 1 mile. Longer walk 2½ miles.
Allow 1 or 2 hours to complete the walk.

A 1 mile walk to the viewpoint on Grinshill or a 2.5 mile circular walk around Grinshill & Corbet Wood. Visit the famous stone quarries of Grinshill taking in the viewpoint, this can develop into an adventrous wander around the woodland. Over 200 million years…

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Allow 1.5 hours - 2 hours to complete the walk.

A 2 mile circular Family Friendly walk around Lyth Hill. Explore the land of rope, Romans and really old rocks.From Lyth Hill you can see Iron Age Hill Forts on the Wrekin, Lawley, Caer Caradoc, Brown Clee & Earl’s Hill. There is a great view to…

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Family Friendly Walks: Nesscliffe Nonsense The Cliffe, Nesscliffe. A stroll over the Cliffe - there is a toposcope at the viewpoint, pointing out the hills you can see on a good day. Suitable for all terrain pushchairs. Free activity. See link to website for map…

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